Parity in the WNBA, more college coach hirings, and recruit commits to Tennessee

Tonight’s results:

The Stars shot past the Liberty, 87-75.

The Mystics downed the Sun, 74-66.

More WNBA news……….

Liberty:

Tina Charles blogs for SLAM.

Shock:

Courtney Paris has finally found the right fit in the WNBA.

Lynx:

Basketball is not foreign to Brazilian Damiris Dantas.

As Seimone Augustus looks to shoot more, the Lynx benefit.

Lindsay Whalen threw out the first pitch at the Minnesota Twins game last night.

Mercury:

Diana Taurasi blogs for ESPN.

Statistics show a dramatically-improved Mercury from last season.

Storm:

Sue Bird and Crystal Langhorne are getting comfortable with one another.

Sun:

Q&A with Kelsey Bone.

General WNBA:

ESPN analysts say most teams in the league are struggling right now, aka there is parity….or something.

College news:

Coach Jim Foster’s contract at Chattanooga has been extended through the 2019 season, and he got a raise.

Caroline McCombs is the new head coach at Stony Brook.

Kachine Alexander and Patrick Harrison are North Dakota State’s new assistant coaches.

Jackie Voight has been promoted to assistant coach at North Dakota.

Lejon Wright Sr. is Lamar’s newest assistant coach.

Kelsey Hogan returns to New Hampshire as an assistant coach.

Jessica Jackson is Appalachian State’s new assistant coach.

The new staff at Minnesota will push star Rachel Banham to the next level.

Two players have transferred from Chattanooga.

Venus Lacy overcame a “Gump-like” childhood to be inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame this month.

High school news:

#12 in the 2015 class, Te’a Cooper, has verballed to Tennessee.

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